Big changes have come to Genealogy.com — all content is now read-only, and member subscriptions and the Shop have been discontinued.
 
Learn more


Chat | Daily Search | My GenForum | Community Standards | Terms of Service
Jump to Forum
Home: Regional: U.S. States: Texas Genealogy Forum

Post FollowupReturn to Message ListingsPrint Message

Re: Basket(t), Judkins, McMullen 1820s in TN, AL, TX
Posted by: David Hindman (ID *****8828) Date: August 30, 2010 at 19:05:29
In Reply to: Re: Basket(t), Judkins, McMullen 1820s in TN, AL, TX by Christel McMullen of 65481

Thanks! Now the stuff from the Bone family papers makes sense. Elizabeth (Basket) Judkins had died and C. G. Judkins was a-courting someone who lived around Homer in Angelina County. There is some kind of marriage book index entry in Angelina County for C. G. Judgkins and Lavinia McClendon dated 6 Mar 1862, three days before Minerva Bone wrote "Mr Judkins braught his old lady home the other day the one that lived down at Homer". It could have been a marriage license taken out and never used -- we'd have to look at the actual document to figure it out. C. G. Judkins married a different lady in 1863 and they apparently lived a long time together. In any case, we know the Bone papers in the ETRC have information about our families.

I collected some of my information about the daughters of William and Catharine Basket. It's pretty raw and I'm not yet ready to try to interpret it. I think what happened is that one or more of the Basket daughters married into a group of families that were headed to Nacogdoches. Then the rest of the daughters followed with their husbands and families. On the censuses you can see the Basket daughters tending to live right next to one another.

Okay, for what it's worth here's my collected information.

From Lauderdale Co. AL marriage records indexed on pilot.familysearch.org:
Elizabeth Baskett to Charles G. Judkins, 3 Feb 1836

The following additional index entries show up on the USGENWEB web site under "Old Marriage Books 1 through 6, 1820 - 1857, As copied by the WPA in the 1930's" :
Jane Baskett to Isaac Whitaker, 25 Dec 1838
Ann Boskel[Basket?] to William R. Donohoo, __ Jan 1844

From Nacogdoches Co. TX marriage records indexed on pilot.familysearch.org:
John W. Paine to Asenath M. Bone, 26 Feb 1846
James F. Bone to Louisa Frances Whitaker, 7 Apr 1850
Edwin F. Baker to Hester Ann H. Whitaker, 22 Dec 1853
W. M. Manuel to Jane Whitaker, 15 Apr 1860
Jane Manuels to G. W. Nichols, 29 May 1879
Charles G. Judkins to Jane C. Gage, 1 Oct 1863 [License?]
Charles G. Judkins to Jane C. Gage, 19 Oct 1863 [Return?]

From Angelina Co. TX marriage records indexed on pilot.familysearch.org:
C. G. Judgkins to Lavinia Mcclendon, 6 Mar 1862

Texas death certificate information from two likely children of James Claudius Buchannon Paine and Mary E. Basket:
Lenora Casey F: John[James?] B Paine, M: Mary Ellen Basket
Valeria Catherine Brown F: J. C. Payne, M: Mary Basket

Texas death certificate information from two likely children of John McMullen and Catherine Basket:
W. A. Mcmullen F: John Mcmullen, M: Catherine Basket
Sarah Jane Coleman F: John McMullen, M: Katherine Baskett

1820 Census, Maury Co. TN, page 39
William Basket 10001-2001
1 male slave 0-14, no free blacks.
No person employed in agriculture (may indicate he was not
a farmer). We can't be sure this is our William Basket, but
in 1850 our William Basket was a miller, not a farmer).

1830 Census, Lauderdale Co. AL, page 222
Basket, William 0100001-211001
No free blacks, no slaves.

1840 Census, Lauderdale Co. AL, page 92
Basket, Wm. 000000001 - 00210001
No slaves, no free blacks. One person employed in
manufacturing and trades. Two persons employed in
agriculture.

1840 Census, Lauderdale Co. AL, page 115
Jenkins[Judkins], Chs. 01001 - 20001
No slaves, no free blacks. One person employed in
manufacturing & trades. Two persons indicated as
"insane and idiots at private charge".
[I have to comment on this. All the people in the 1840 Judkins household seem to me to be accounted for on the 1850 and later censuses. None are indicated as idiotic or insane. Whoever informed the census taker, probably Elizabeth, may have been making a wry joke. Although this is strictly an imagined explanation, it kind of rings true for my family.)

1850 Census, Lauderdale Co. AL, page 304
Household 37/37
William Basket 71,M,Miller,blank,NC
Catharine " 52,F,blank,blank,SC
Hestrian Whiticer 18,F,blank,blank,NC
[Hester Whitaker went to Homer TX, see below]

1850 Census, Lauderdale Co. AL, page 307
Household 86/86
John McMullen 30,M,Farmer,blank,NC
Catharine " 28,F,blank,blank,Ala
[I think Catherine was one of the Basket daughters]
Willis " 2,M,blank,blank,Ala
Edwin " 4.M.blank,blank,Ala

Household 87/87
William Donohoo 30,M,None,blank,Ala
Ann " 30,F,blank,blank,Ala
[I think Ann was one of the Basket daughters]
William " 10m,M,blank,blank,Ala

1850 Census, Lauderdale Co. AL, page 313
Household 154/154
Charles Judkins 34,M,Carpenter,600,Va
Elizabeth " 32,F,blank,blank,Tenn
John " 16,M,Student,blank,Ala
Martha " 14,F,blank,blank,Ala
Sarah " 12,F,blank,blank,Ala
William " 10,M,blank,blank,Ala
Frederic " 8,M,blank,blank,Ala
Charles " 4,M,blank,blank,Ala
Rebecca " 2,F,blank,blank,Ala
Attended school that year: John, Martha, Sarah, William

1850 Census, Nacogdoches Co. TX
Household 474/474
Jane Payne 51,F,blank,100,N Carolina
John " 26,M,none,blank,Alabama
Jane " 22,F,blank,blank,Alabama

1850 Census, Nacogdoches Co. TX, page 91
Household 526/526
J. F. Bone 25,M,Farmer,650,Tennessee
Louisa " 26,F,blank,blank,N Carolina

Household 527/527
J. W. Payn 27,M,Farmer,400,Tennessee
[John Winstead Paine who arrived early in Texas, probably bought big chunks of land real cheap and subdivided it to sell small farms to his extended family who came to Texas later on. Father of the J. C. B. Paine who married Mary E. Basket.]
Asenath " 23,F,blank,blank,Tennessee
James " 8,M,blank,blank,Texas
Frances " 3,F,blank,blank,Texas
Robert " 2,M,blank,blank,Texas
Robert Bone 17.M,Labor,Tennessee
[This is the Dr Bone who saved all his letters. Brother of the Asenath Bone who married John Winstead Paine.]
Samuel " 15,M,Labor,Tennessee
John " 14,M,blank,blank,Tennessee
Levicey " 12,F,blank,blank,Tennessee
Attended school that year: James, Samuel, John & Levicey

Household 528/528
James Payn 25,M,Farmer,blank,Alabama
[I think this may be the "Jim Paine" who went to war with Bill Judkins in Arkansas in 1862]
Mary " 21,F,blank,blank,Alabama
Martha " 2,F,blank,blank,Alabama

1850 Census, Nacogdoches Co. TX
Household 534/534
W J Smith 34,M,Farmer,400,Tennessee
Nancy " 26,F,blank,blank,Tennessee
...[Some people omitted here, not relevant]
Edward F Baker 22,M,Labor,blank,Alabama
[I think he could be the "Edwin" Baker who married Hester Whitaker]

1860 Census, Angelina Co. TX, Homer PO, page 109
Household 365/355
Edward Baker 24,M,Farmer,1010,400,Ala
Hester L " 26,F,blank,-,-,NC
[I think Hester is probably Jane Basket's daughter]
Margaret " 6,F,blank,-,-,Tex
Annie L " 3,F,blank,-,-,Tex
William " 1,M,blank,-,-,Tex
Clisby Jones 11,M,blank,-,-,Ark

1860 Census, Clark Co, AR, page 15
Household 93/94
J C B Paine 35,M,Retired Carpenter,-,100,Ala
[I think this is the one they called "Big Jim Paine"]
Mary E " 31,F,blank,-,-,Ala
[I think Mary is one of the Basket daughters]
Marthy J " 12,F,blank,-,-,Ala
Chisam F " 9,M,blank,-,-,Tex
James T " 5,M,blank,-,-,Tex
V Cath. " 2,F,blank,-,-,Ark
Lenora A " 5m,F,blank,-,-,Ark
Quincy Wilman 22,M,Hireling,-,-,Ark,can't R/W

1860 Census, Nacogdoches Co. TX, Douglass PO, page 180
Household 880/868 (near John R Clute's stagecoach inn)
Robert Bone 28,M,Doctor,250,450,Ten
[This is the Dr. Bone who saved all his letters]
Minerva " 18,F,House Keeper,-,-,Ala
Watson E " 10m,M,blank,-,-,Texas

1860 Census, Nacogdoches Co. TX, Douglass PO, page 182
Household 922/900
Wm R Donhoo 42,M,Farming,-,151,Ala,can't R/W
An " 36,F,House Keeper,-,-,Tenn
[I think Ann is one of the Basket daughters]
Wm H Donhoo 10,M,blank,-,-,Ala
Nancy " 8,F,blank,-,-,Ala
Sarah A " 6,F,blank,-,-,Ala
Ellesiffer " 4,F,blank,-,-,Texas
John " 2,M,blank,-,-,Texas

Household 923/901
Wm Manuel 36,M,Farmer,500,550,La
Jane " 38,F,House Keeper,-,-,Ala
[I think Jane is one of the Basket daughters]
Isaac C " 9,M,blank,-,-,Ala
Henry C " 7,M,blank,-,-,Ala

Household 924/902
C G Judkins 45,M,House Carpenter,1500,502,Va
Elizabeth " 43,F,House Keeper,-,-,Ala
[I think Elizabeth is one of the Basket daughters]
Wm " 19,M,Farming,-,-,Ala
[I think this is the Bill Judkins who went to visit "Big Jim Paine" in Clark Co. AR in 1862]
Federick " 16,M,Farming,-,-,Ala
Charles " 14,M,blank,-,-,Ala
Rebecca " 12,F,blank,-,-,Ala
Andrew " 8,M,blank,-,-,Ala
Benjamin " 6,M,blank,-,-,Texas
America " 6m,F,blank,-,-,Texas
Attended school that year: Rebecca, Andrew, Benjamin



Notify Administrator about this message?
Followups:

Post FollowupReturn to Message ListingsPrint Message

http://genforum.genealogy.com/tx/messages/61395.html
Search this forum:

Search all of GenForum:

Proximity matching
Add this forum to My GenForum Link to GenForum
Add Forum
Home |  Help |  About Us |  Site Index |  Jobs |  PRIVACY |  Affiliate
© 2007 The Generations Network